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Literary Analysis of Brave New World

Summary: This is a literary analysis of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley.
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John is the protagonist and the symbol of the old world order. He was born on the Savage Reservation to Linda, who had lived in the new world and been abandoned on the reservation by Tomakin. He is a more important character than the rest because he is one of the two characters that have the open viewpoint from the old world and the new world. He understands how a utopian is not good for people and how people do not have rights. John is a product of the old world order where he is not accepted, he still values human emotions, art, literature, and family ties. John is unable to follow the scheduled and programmed life of the new world and really has no place to belong. He is on of the only characters that understand why individualism is important for...

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